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The Law Needs To Change To Allow Anonymity For Sexual Offences Suspects
The UK's Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice, Robert Buckland MP, faced criticism earlier this month by suggesting that the anonymity of those suspected of serious crime
UK
20 Aug 2019
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The Age Of Corporate Responsibility
BCL solicitor, Tom McNeill‘s article "the age of corporate responsibility" has been published by Compliance Matters, discussing corporate liability in the UK.
UK
16 Aug 2019
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Richard Reichman Writes For Euronews ‘Self-Reporting Of Corporate Wrongdoing Should Be Further Encouraged'
BCL partner, Richard Reichman writes for Euronews discussing the complex decision of whether or not to self-report corporate wrongdoing.
UK
16 Aug 2019
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Confiscation Revisited: What To Do When The Prosecutor Comes Back For More
One of the lesser known, often poorly understood provisions of the confiscation regime under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (POCA) is section 22
UK
16 Aug 2019
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The Moratorium Period: What It Does To Your Property, And What To Do When A Court Is Asked To Extend It
Few people who receive a notice of an application to extend a moratorium period under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (POCA) will have the slightest idea what it means.
UK
29 Jul 2019
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Fatal Accidents And Criminal Liability: A Guide To The Legal Landscape
Fatal accidents are usually preventable which leads to questions of responsibility and criminal liability. This article seeks to explain when organisations and individuals will be found criminally
UK
17 Jun 2019
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Access To Complainants' Mobile Phones In Criminal Investigations – Is It Really An Invasion Of Privacy?
It has been widely reported that complainants in cases involving allegations of rape and other sexual offences are being asked to complete consent forms and hand over their mobile phones to the police...
UK
9 May 2019
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Confiscation: A Question Of Judgement?
A high-level review of confiscation law may hold the promise of real change.
UK
9 Apr 2019
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Hard Brexit Could Put Chinks In UK's Financial Crime Armor
Law360, London (March 26, 2019, 7:55 PM GMT) -- This week's Brexit voting deadline could propel Britain out of the European Union without a regulatory safety net in April,
European Union
8 Apr 2019
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Restraint Orders: What To Do When Your Assets Are Frozen
For many people who receive or are served with a Crown Court Restraint Order, this will be the first time they have had anything to do with the criminal justice system.
UK
5 Apr 2019
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Sexual Offence Suspects Deserve Anonymity
Suspects are blighted by years under investigation. Their names should be kept secret until they are charged
UK
26 Mar 2019
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Deferred Prosecution Agreements: Prosecution Deferred For Corporates; Justice Denied For Individuals?
On 22 September 2014, Tesco plc announced to the market that it had overstated its income for the first half of the financial year by £250m due to the accelerated recognition of income and delayed accrual of costs.
UK
20 Mar 2019
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Individuals İn Cross-Border Investigations Or Proceedings: The UK Perspective
In any cross-border investigation, invariably suspects will either be located in different jurisdictions, or subject to investigation by authorities from different jurisdictions, or both.
UK
4 Feb 2019
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How Brexit May Impact UK Criminal Justice
Writing for Law 360, he looks at how the U.K.'s participation in the EU's Justice and Home Affairs measures is subject to a specially negotiated "opt-in" mechanism.
European Union
25 Jan 2019
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Anti-Money Laundering And Fraud In The United Kingdom
BCL partner, John Binns explores the general climate and recent developments of how money laundering, terrorism financing and fraud are defined and regulated in the UK.
UK
22 Jan 2019
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Right To Inspect SARS Under The Civil Jurisdiction (Lonsdale V National Westminster Bank)
The High Court in Lonsdale v National Westminster Bank Plc considered the extent to which it was possible to obtain disclosure and/or inspection of suspicious activity reports (SARs) ...
UK
17 Jan 2019
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Corporate Investigations 2019
What statutory or regulatory obligations should an entity consider when deciding whether to conduct an internal investigation in your jurisdiction?
UK
16 Jan 2019
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Regulating Autonomous Vehicles – Consultation Considers New Corporate Criminal Offences
BCL partner, Richard Reichman and solicitor, Suzanne Gallagher consider the review into the UK's regulatory framework for autonomous vehicles by the Law Commission of England and Wales
UK
3 Jan 2019
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Publication Of Revised Code For Crown Prosecutors: A Steer In The Right Direction Or A Missed Opportunity For Radical Change?
On 24 October 2018 the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) published its revised Code for Crown Prosecutors (the Code), replacing the previous version which dates back to 2013.
UK
7 Dec 2018
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A Green Light For Business? The Rescheduling Of Cannabis-Derived Medicinal Products And The UK's Anti-Money Laundering Regime
In July 2018, Home Secretary, Sajid Javid, announced that certain cannabis-derived medicinal products would be rescheduled under the Misuse of Drugs Regulations 2001 (‘the MDA Regulations').
UK
7 Dec 2018
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